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By Kristina Launey
Due process, DOJ's failure to enact regulations, and whether the ADA covers websites arguments dominated the recent Domino's Ninth Circuit oral argument.
By Tiffany T. Tran
In another signal that the Board may overturn the Obama Board's decision in Purple Communications allowing employees to use their employer's email systems to communicate about wages, hours, working conditions and union issues.
By Robert Milligan, Sierra J. Chinn-Liu
On October 9, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Frederick Shaller confirmed his tentative decision weeks earlier that the "show cause" penalty in the NCAA's bylaws violates California law.
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
By Angelo A. Paparelli, Gabriel Mozes
[Blogger's Note: Today's post originates from a discovery – a gem hidden in plain sight – first brought to my attention by Gabe Mozes,
By Aaron Belzer, Kenneth Wilton
From window blinds to locks, the total number of consumer and industrial devices capable of collecting, transmitting and receiving data through the Internet continues to grow.
By Linda C. Schoonmaker, John Phillips
In a recent decision, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals held that the use of the N-Word in the workplace one time is sufficient to trigger a hostile work environment.
By Joshua Seidman, Marlin Duro, William Perkins, Tracy Billows
Seyfarth Synopsis: The New Jersey Earned Sick Leave Law goes into effect on October 29, 2018 – less than two weeks from now.
By Timothy M. Hoppe, Michael Wahlander
When confronted with a lawsuit naming an individual employee as a defendant, should California employers run from the employee or provide a defense?
By Jaclyn Gross
With just under four weeks until Election Day, the push to legalize medical marijuana in Utah continues to progress.
By Alexander Passantino
The Department of Labor issued its Fall 2018 regulatory agenda, and the Wage & Hour Division is front and center.
By Erik Weibust, Erica Hendricks
A government contractor learned the hard way that bid documents containing trade secrets are not protected from disclosure in Massachusetts.
By Joseph Myers, III
On October 15, 2018, Jay Myers published the article Harmonization of Trademark Law and Practice Committee Publishes Guideline on International Classification for the 73rd edition of the INTABulletin.
By John Tomaszewski
In September of this year, with SB 327, California stepped into the vanguard of information age law by passing a cybersecurity regulation on the Internet of Things. SB 327 has added new sections to Cal. Civil Code §1798.
By Gerald Maatman Jr., Michael DeMarino
The government's anti-discrimination watchdog can be extremely aggressive in pursuing discrimination claims, including pursuing those claims after an employer files for bankruptcy.
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